Meghan Markle Once Gushed About Buying Bioré Cleansing Cloths in Bulk

Before she was a royal, Meghan Markle confessed to buying Bioré cleansing cloths in bulk. The $8 drug store beauty product was one of Meghan's go-tos.

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Want that Meghan Markle glow? The secret, apparently, lies in a simple $8 drugstore beauty product that the Duchess of Sussex used to buy in bulk.

In a recently unearthed interview with Beauty BanterMeghan confessed to an obsession with Bioré Cleansing Cloths:

The cleansing cloths are hypoallergenic and dermatologist and ophthalmologist-tested, meaning that even those with sensitive skin can get a duchess-inspired glow. Bioré also makes the cloths from 100 percent renewable resources, which has to be part of why Meghan, an avowed environmentalist, loves them.

You can buy them yourself on Amazon for just $7.49 for a pack of 60 wipes.

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Bioré Daily Deep Pore Cleansing Cloths, $7.49


Now that she's royal, of course, maybe Meghan splurges and buys her Bioré wipes one pack at a time.

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Kayleigh Roberts
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